I have only one elog.css file in the default directory and the installation path is the same one that I'm using. Basically, I'm using off of the installed path. I also tried, modifying the file and calling it elog_mod.css and then specified CSS=<path>/elog_mod.css and started the server again. I did not see any changes. Is there something else I'm missing here.
I can think of two reasons why you don't see a change:
1) You modified the wrong file. The elog.css file is under elog/themes/default/elog.css. If you "install" elog, it might go into your installation directory. So check if you have more than one file with this name.
2) After the change, you did not reload the page in your browser.
Try to request the file directly in your browser with <url to elog>/logbook/elog.css then you will see the actual file your browser is using. Make sure your modification is present there.
Thanks for your prompt follow up. I did try commenting of the width statement for listtitle2 and also reducing it to 40% but it did not work. I restarted elogd daemon and I don't see the columns changing. I also tried putting a percentage number (40%) for listtitle1 just to try and no change either. Appreciate your help.
You can't directly change individual columns, but you can reduce the "Text" column. This is done in themes/default/elog.css. Search for "listtitle2" and change or remove the line "width:100%". This makes the text column narrower, leaving more space for the subject column.
I'm trying to expand the Subject column, when viewing in summary mode, and couldn't find any documentation for it. Is this possible and if so, how would I do it.
Thanks in advance for your help.